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Mustio Manor is one of the most precious manor houses in Finland with a history of more than two hundred years. The Manor is situated about 80km west of Helsinki along the Finnish coast, in western Uusimaa near the City of Raseborg.


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The countryside hotel “Svartå Manor” near the City of Raseborg in the South of Finland consists of five different historical buildings situated in an idyllic park with a scenic river flowing nearby. These charming 19th century country houses were formerly houses for workmen at the ironworks and are now renovated to modern hotel rooms. In total we can offer thirty double rooms, eight single rooms and one suite on two floors by the river. All hotel rooms have an ensuite bathroom.

Whether staying for business or pleasure our guests are guaranteed a unique experience to relax in style and comfort – enjoying the tranquillity of this wonderful ancient place combined with all the modern day facilities of the hotel.



Our food philosophy is built on proudness of the unique raw materials that we use. In the middle of the countryside it is truly possible! The forests are full of game, Svartå has its own mill, the potatoes and eggs come from a nearby farm. In Svartå nature is close. We see the forest as an endless storage of raw materials, where only imagination is the limit.

Welcome to Svartå Manor’s Restaurant Slottskrogen to experience tastes you won’t forget.


Groups and events

At Svartå Manor’s restaurant Slottskrogen you can see the whole spectrum of life. Our restaurant arranges naming ceremonines, weddings, funerals and everything in between. We always tailor-make the group menus taking into account the wishes and needs of the customer, whether it is a coffee get-together or a full-course party menu with program. Our chef, our sommelier and our pastry cook plan the menus together and listen to the customer.

Life is a celebration! Please inquire about our recommended menus at our sales:


Mustio Manor event calendar


Museum and park

Today it is a museum and is opening its doors to the public with guided tours.  The wooden manor Svartå is embedded in one of the biggest private historical parks of Finland.

Svartå Manor is situated close to the small village called Svartå or Mustio in Finnish. The Manor is one of the most precious manor houses in Finland.

It was built between 1783 and 1792 by Magnus Linder II. The manor house is the largest non-ecclesiastic wooden building in Finland. The architecture is a mix of the two consecutive styles rococo and neo-classicism and the Gustavian style dominates the interior. Special features in the main building are the parquet floors, one made in four kinds of wood and on the second floor is a unique bedroom where one king (Gustav III) and two emperors (Alexander I and Alexander II of Russia) have slept.

Probably the most glorious time in Svartå Manor was during the ownership of Hjalmar Linder in the first years of 1900. He owned altogether 64 000 hectares of land and one of the first cars in Finland, which he brought here in 1902. Among others the Swedish painter Louis Sparre and the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius were Hjalmar Linder’s guests in Svartå.

The wooden castle is embedded in one of the biggest private historical parks of Finland. Originally it was designed as a baroque park in 1787 but in the late 19th century Friedolf Linder renewed the park into an English style of park. He planted many exotic trees from all over the world, which are unusual species for Finland.

The park is nowadays a retreat for the soul with its winding paths, romantic bridges, statues, follies and the unique water lily path over the water. The park and the castle are situated close to the old picturesque village of Svartå, which was an iron foundry village from the late 16th century. Many traditional red and yellow houses are left from the times of the ironworks.


Welcome to Mustio Manor